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‘Tres Vidas’ honors hispanic women

APSU students heard the voice of a disgruntled Frida Kahlo call out for estranged spouse Diego Rivera in the Clement Auditorium on Thursday, March 26. Soon after, students viewed a representation of anguished Salvadoran peasant Rufina Amaya recount the tale of a village massacre and watched as Argentine poet and ...

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‘Vagina Monologues’ benefits V-Day

Students put on a production of Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues” in the Clement Auditorium on Tuesday, March 24. The event was co-sponsored by the Women’s and Gender Studies Program and Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance in conjunction with V-Day. On Wednesday, March 25, they held an alumni and faculty production. ...

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‘Thin Skin’ highlights self-esteem

Senior art major Karla Tucker exhibited her work in a senior project showcase “Thin Skin” from Monday, March 16, to Thursday, March 19, at the Trahern Gallery 108. The series implemented a collection of wax-encased photographs. The closing reception was held at 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 19, and was ...

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Students snooze school away

Some students have trouble staying awake during classes. This phenomenon may be caused by a variety of factors. Students may find more difficulties in large lecture-based classes. Sleeping in class may be caused by the student’s lack of restorative sleep the night before or the content of the lecture itself, ...

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The Big Event at APSU Gathers Over 500 Volunteers

The Big Event was held from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday, March 21, at more than 20 sites in Clarksville. More than 500 student volunteers met at the Foy Center to check in and have breakfast in the morning, left to their assigned sites for their service and ...

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SGA presents resolutions, prepares for elections

Student Governent elections will open Monday, March 30 until Wednesday, April 1. During the Student Government Association meeting Wednesday, March 19, SGA discussed resolutions and acts, and a student voiced her concerns. Student Mariah Grant spoke on an issue regarding handicap parking. “As a handicapped veteran, parking in the commuter parking ...

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